Maldon & Tiptree Football Club are pleased to announce Chelmer Radio as the clubs official radio station.
Speaking about the new partnership, David Baker said “This Is a fantastic partnership for the radio station with a club that is growing all the time and it’s a club in an area where the community is key.
We will be working closely with the club to get key messages out on all activities around the club not just on the pitch, but club news, views of the supporters, interviews and plenty more. Come on the Jammers!”
Jammers media manager, Richard Buckby added “This partnership is one that will help the club continue to enhance its profile both on and off the pitch, whilst reaching a new audience.
David and the work of his team will certainly help raise awareness about what happens at football club, ranging from our youth system, to our charitable work to what happens on the pitch. We are looking forward to working together throughout the season as the partnership continues to grow”
Everyone at the football club is thankful for the support of David and the entire team at Chelmer Radio, as we look forward to working with them throughout the season.
Chelmer radio available on internet radio platforms including Roberts and online www.chelmerradio.com
The Jammers will welcome Harpenden Town to Park Drive on 20th August after they overcame New Salamis in the Extra Preliminary Round yesterday by two goals to one. Having been behind at the break, Harpenden produced a second half comeback to cause an upset and progress to the next round of the world’s most famous cup competition.
Harpenden Town are in the Spartan South Midlands Premier Division and will make the 44-mile trip to Park Drive for the first time.
The match will commence at 15:00.
More details regarding the fixture will be released in due course.
Chelmer Radio is delighted to be the media partner for a very special production coming to Witham Public Hall in October. Witham Amateur and Operatic Society W.A.O.S are presenting 'The Flames of Injustice' from October 24th -29th. celebrating 100 years of musical theatre in Witham
Bonfire night, November 1828, and the people of Witham revel in celebrations until fires break out at Olivers and other local farms. Unbeknown to sweethearts James Cook & Betty Goodwin, the flames are about to change their lives forever.
When James is wrongly accused of starting the fires, Betty and the community rally round to provide support. Will justice prevail? Will the interrogators listen to reason? And when will the flames burn out?
This moving story has been written by Sarah Osborne in collaboration with WAOS members with a full folk style score by Franky Garland and orchestration by Phil Toms.
Please note, the show will include some strobe-lighting and explosion sound effects
Book now by following this link http://www.waos.org/box-office/ and if you put Chelmerradio (CAPS C) as the promo code on checkout you'll get 5% off your tickets